Introducing Musical Touch Experiences for Sound Living!
Sound Body ~ Sound Mind ~ Sound Health.
While using music to enhance support relaxation, restorative sleep and the natural healing process is nothing new. Quantum Physicists and medical researchers are now proving what ancient seers & spiritual masters of many cultures appreciated for thousands of years. Both Music and Vibration have a profound effect on both our bodies and our minds. Therapists in the re-emerging fields of Music, Sound and Bio- Acoustic Therapy are finding benefits in using music to help with insomnia, pain management, ward off depression, stress, anxiety, calm patients during painful procedures, increase movement, flexibility and ease muscular tension.
Dr. Andrew Weil shares, for example, how music can dramatically affect:
- Blood pressure
- The autonomic nervous system (balancing the sympathetic and parasympathetic branches):
- Helps in Neurological disorders • Parkinson’s disease
- Improve gate and balance
- Rehabilitation for stroke victims
- Cadance stride improvements
- Pain alleviation
- Increase endorphins
- The vestibular system for individuals suffering from MS
- Music resonance exercises the communication between cells.
- People experiencing Dementia
- Recall enhanced. Some lost speech but could recall songs and could sing.
In addition NASA and NIH have published research that shows how beneficial utilizing “low-intensity, high frequency vibration” is in mitigation of bone loss, possible fat reduction, regeneration of tissues, and regulate critical stem cell processes. Specific studies show:
- Prevention of Osteoporosis in Post-Menopausal Women
- Bone and Muscle Growth in Young Osteoporotic Women
Increasing Bone Density in Children with Disabilities
Wouldn’t it be nice to experience an environment that actually combines “low- intensity, high frequency vibrations” with the healing benefits of music? In other words, an environment that entrains the mind and body through not only listening to the music through your ears, but also feeling it resonate through your entire body at specific frequencies that have been proven healthy as outlined above!
So Sound® Solutions brings more than 30 years of research and development through patented Acoustic Resonance Technology (A.R.T.) to the spa, fitness, sleep and health care industries. We are passionate about partnering with industry leading therapists, teachers, coaches; as well as manufacturers with establish sales and distribution channels that share our passion and commitment to providing a deeply meaningful and potentially transformational brand experience.
Relevant Statistics, Stories and Testimonials:
- Research shows that over 85% of all doctor visits are stress related.
- Every week, over 112 million people take some form of medicine for stress-related symptoms.
- The price tag to American Business for stress is at least $200 billion per year.
- A landmark 20-year study conducted by the University of London concluded that un-managed reactions to stress were a more dangerous risk factor for cancer and heart disease than either cigarette smoking or high cholesterol foods. The study also indicated that stress and depression cost organizations more than poor exercise habits, diet or smoking; and drain vitality, heath, productivity and performance.
- Studies by the American Medical Association have also shown there are 16 – 18 million migraine headache sufferers, 70% women. Most of these headaches are a symptom of stress.
- Anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness in the U.S., affecting 40 million adults in the United States age 18 and older (18% of U.S. population).
- Anxiety disorders cost the U.S. more than $42 billion a year, almost one-third of the country’s $148 billion total mental health bill, according to “The Economic Burden of Anxiety Disorders,” Stress is now considered a world epidemic by the world health organization!
- The total health and productivity cost of worker stress to American business is estimated at $50- $150 billion annually!
- A Gallup Poll of 201 U.S. corporations revealed that 60% of all managers felt that stress related illness was pervasive among their workers and decreased productivity at an estimated cost of 16 days of sick leave and $8,000 per person per year!
- The average depressed worker costs their employer $3,000 per year.
- Before the Global Recession, The American Psychological Association reported that “1/3 of All Americans were extremely stressed”. Yet in these economic times of “downsizing”, most organizations are expecting employees to do more with less, without burning out.
- The Journal of American Medical Association now points out that workplace stress is as dangerous for our heart as smoking and high cholesterol diets, yet again most organizations ignore the real costs.